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Mito-Kids wins Best Documentary NHFF 2009

Posted by mitokids on October 20th, 2009

“Crooked Lane” & “Mito-Kids” Honored.

NH Film Festival kicked off Thursday with a packed house at The Music Hall to see Marc Dole’s “Mito-Kids: Documenting Life” win NH Documentary Film of the Year and Chase Bailey’s “Crooked Lane” win NH Film of the Year. Both awards were determined by the NH Jury.

Mito-Kids 2009 Best NH Documentary

In “Mito-Kids,” Dole, the owner and founder of Hatchling Studios, told the story of his four teenage daughters who have grown up with disabilities that stem from mitochondrial disease, a chronic, genetic disorder that occurs when the mitochondria of the cell fail to function properly.

Foster’s Daily Democrat
Seacoast Online

When Bailey’s name was called for “Crooked Lane,” the entire cast and crew joined him on stage, including stars Ann Cusack (“The Informant!”), Brett Cullen (“Lost”), Eliya-Quaye Constance, 9, of Brentwood; Noa Siegel, 11, of Exeter; executive producer Mark Constance and co-producer Bethany Constance (parents to Eliya-Quaye).

Crooked Lane

Crooked Lane

One Response to “Mito-Kids wins Best Documentary NHFF 2009”

  1. lyle Says:

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